Taylor Swift’s musical success is no secret. The country-pop star has received many accolades including numerous Grammys and Billboard awards and a 2015 Brit Award for International Female Solo Artist.

With seven completed studio albums, her musical reign continues with a large number of RIAA certifications. For March alone, the 30-year-old has already received seven certifications for her musical works. Here’s a look at the albums and records that were certified this month:


One of Swift’s biggest accomplishments yet is being the first female artist in U.S. history to have both a diamond-certified song and album, Forbes reports. This means the song and album have each generated over 10 million units in sales and streaming revenue in the United States alone.

This month, “Shake It Off” became diamond-certified alongside Swift’s second studio album “Fearless,” which debuted in 2008 and earned its diamond title in 2017. “Shake It Off” was the leading single for the singer’s fifth studio album “1989” in 2014. The single also peaked at No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100, as did follow up singles “Blank Space” and “Bad Blood.”


The majority of Swift’s certifications this month are of multi-platinum status. This means that a minimum of 2,000,000 units in sales and streaming revenue has been generated.

The multi-platinum singles include “Bad Blood,” “Wildest Dreams,” “Tim McGraw,” and “Delicate.” Her latest studio album “Lover” has also achieved double-platinum status. The pop album was released in August 2019 and consisted of 18 songs including her latest single “The Man.”


Lastly, Swift’s single “I Know Places” was gold-certified this month. In other words, a minimum of 500,000 units worth of sales and streaming revenue has been generated. The country single was released in October 2014 as a part of her album “1989.” According to Billboard, the song is the result of a collaboration between Swift and One Republic’s Ryan Tedder.

“I had this idea of like, you know, when you’re in love -- along the lines of ‘Out of the Woods’ -- it’s very precious, it’s fragile,” she told the outlet in 2015. “As soon as the world gets ahold of it, whether it’s your friends or people around town hear about it … it’s kind of like the first thing people want to do when they hear that people are in love is just kind of try to ruin it, if they’re not the greatest human beings.”

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Taylor Swift is pictured at the "Cats" premiere on Dec. 16, 2019 in New York City. Roy Rochlin/FilmMagic